This oven-baked risotto is baked instead of cooked on the stove. It’s much easier than the traditional method of stirring the rice on your stovetop.
Help! There’s a Vegan in My House! Keep everyone in your house happy and well fed with this delicious recipe. Potato salad gets an herbaceous makeover...
Packaged gnocchi gives you delicious, filling dumplings without extra effort. Reserve the liquid from the canned chickpeas to use as an egg replacer in baked goods. (3 tablespoons whisked chickpea brine, called aquafaba, replaces 1 egg in many recipes.) Store aquafaba in a sealed container in your refrigerator up to 3 days or freeze it up to 3 months.
Homemade cashew cream provides the rich, luscious base for this vegan gluten free spinach & artichoke strata - not the standard egg custard.
These days, it’s easier than ever to find vegan gluten-free holiday recipes and mixes. You can also transform some of your family-favorite desserts into plant-based treats.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Fortunately, serving something that’s plant-based and holiday-worthy is easy with this stuffed squash on your menu. Bursting with Thanksgiving flavor in a pretty presentation and loaded with protein, it’s a tasty stand-in for turkey. Best of all, it comes together quickly.
If someone in your household has decided to adopt a plant-based diet, we’re here to help with tips and recipe ideas, like these tasty grilled kebabs. Served with an easy herbed quinoa pilaf, kebabs provide the family cook with enough flexibility to deliciously accommodate everyone’s dietary needs. It’s easy to prepare these veggie kebabs for your vegan, along with any other type of kebabs, whether poultry, seafood, beef, pork, tofu or tempeh, for the rest of the family. And everyone enjoys a delicious, well-balanced meal without doubling your workload.
Has someone in your household gone vegan? You’re not alone. Vegan and vegetarian lifestyles and food choices are trending among millennials. They’re eating more plant-based meals than any generation before them. What’s the gluten-free cook to do when there’s a vegan in the house? Arm yourself with delicious and nutritious recipes like this one. You can keep the whole family well fed without doubling the workload.
All it takes is a trip to the grocery store to see that interest in the vegan lifestyle is growing strong. There are new vegan products showing up on supermarket shelves and in freezer cases almost every month. In homes all over the country, gluten-free households are facing the challenge of feeding everyone when a family member suddenly decides to go vegan.